Hollywood agent Adam Venit has filed a proper response to actor Terry Crews’ lawsuit alleging sexual harassment.
Venit issued a normal denial and mentioned it was a case of no hurt, no foul, in keeping with paperwork obtained by Us Weekly on Friday.
Crews accused Venit, a prime agent with William Morris Endeavor, of groping his genitals in the course of a celebration in 2016.
Venit additionally claims in his response to the lawsuit that the 49-year-old “Brooklyn 9-9” star will not win the case as a result of he didn’t endure any harm and the conduct was not sexual in nature.
Sources informed Us Weekly that Venit had an excessive amount of to drink the night time of the celebration and his groping habits was simply “horseplay,” which he apologized for the following day.
Crews filed the lawsuit in December in Los Angeles Superior Courtroom searching for financial and punitive damages for assault, battery, sexual battery, sexual harassment, gender violence and intentional infliction of emotional misery.
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After girls began coming ahead with accusations towards Harvey Weinstein, Crews tweeted about his personal expertise.
“This entire factor with Harvey Weinstein is giving me PTSD. Why? As a result of this sort of factor occurred to me.”
He later informed Michael Strahan on “Good Morning America” that he had “by no means felt extra emasculated, extra objectified.”
Venit was suspended from WME for one month earlier than returning to work.